Hotel Baia

Address: Av Marginal, Cascais, Estremadura, 2754-509, Portugal | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Av Marginal, Cascais, is near Boca do Inferno, Casino Estoril, Tamariz Beach, and Museo do Mar (Museum of the Sea).
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Baia Cascais

    Very Good Hotel/Excellent Location


    Just back from 9 nights at the Baia Hotel. Had a first floor room with a fantastic seaview. Could sit for hours on the balcony just looking at the sea and activities of Cascais. Room was very nice (not luxurious or huge) but clean, comfortable, air conditioned, TV, Shower etc. Buffet breakfast included in our rate -and it was really nice/plenty of fruit, bread, cheese, meat, eggs, juice tea/coffee, croissants, cake etc. We had snacks at the Pool Bar and they were ok, but a bit pricey. We did not have Evening meal, as there were so many restaurants to choose from in Cascais. Rooftop pool and Sundeck - really nice. Not great for children as no real facilities -but for couples etc it was excellent. The location is just perfect - only minutes away from Restaurants,Shops Bars etc. We found the staff pleasant and courteous. Would definitely stay there again - but do request a room at the Front, as the views are unbelieveable. Cascais is well worth a visit.

    Good location, Staff Not very good


    View and location are great. Staff not very friendly. Rooms are not impressive. Parking on site.

    Great Location


    The Hotel was in a great location - on the waterfront and right downtown and just steps to Cascais' great shopping too. The staff was super accomodating as they arranged for an early check-in for us. The breakfast buffet was more than sufficient and much more complete than many others I've experienced. If ever in Cascais again, I'll definitely stay at the Hotel Baia!

    Great views, average hotel


    We stayed here in October 2004. Although the views from the rooms are terrific, the hotel is just average. As long as you don't expect anything special you will not be disappointed. The rooms are old, but clean, and the breakfast adequate.



    I stayed here and found the Hotel ideal for location, comfortable beds and they were cleaned everyday when we were out. The staff were friendly and accomodating. I would recommend as a place to stay although i suggest you ask for a seaview on the forth floor. Enjoy.

    One Night-er


    Unfortunately, we only had the one night here as an alternative to staying our last night in Portugal in the bustling center of Lisbon.

    (Dec.18/03) Our 4th floor, center room had a great view over the ever changing, beach and bay of fishing boats coming and going. Close to a very upscale shopping area, bars, restaurants and shops. Room was clean and comfortable, desk staff were polite and friendly. The buffet breakfast (included) was not up to the standard we had experienced had other hotels in Portugal. I would rate about 6 out of 10. Defintely would like to return to this hotel, because of its great location, and stay longer.

    Superb location, great view, excellent service - but shame about breakfast


    My wife and I stayed in the Hotel Baia for five nights, late September 2003. Great holiday. It has by far the best location in all of Cascais and is central to all activities and amenities. The bedrooms are a bit small but have great view from balcony. Management and staff very attentive and friendly.

    The only downside was the somewhat disappointing breakfast - more especially the tepid and tasteless couled with the fact that there was no fresh fruit juices.

    Apart from that one issue with braekfast - great hotel and well worth consideration.

    Home Away From Home


    The Hotel Baia is the perfect place to stay in Cascais. The view from our balcony is an ever changing scene from typical Portugese life. The rooms are comfortable,but not fancy and the staff is wonderful. They will give you all the attention and help you need or want. The maids and desk help have become our friends over the last four years and we are looking forward to our next 3 weeks in March. Everything is within walking distance of the hotel and very close to the bus and train stations. The room price includes breakfast daily and it is very good.

    Especially the coffee!

    Perfect view; terrible service


    Hotel Baia has one of the best views of anywhere we've ever stayed. Our room directly overlooked the beach and colorful fishing boats. At 5 pm daily we sat on our balcony and watched the fishermen bring in the daily catch. The rooms were mediocre and drab, but it didn't matter as we couldn't bring ourselves away from the balcony. The worst fault of the hotel was its service -- the worst of any hotel I've ever stayed.

    The gentlemen at reception were aloof, unhelpful, and at times rude.

    Would I stay there again? You bet! The view was worth it all. I also thought the hotel was very reasonably priced for its location. It is also central to good restaurants and shopping.

    Hotel Baia Cascais


    The perfect location in Cascais within walking distance of most everything. The rooms are of decent size yet the furnishings are minimal. I had a one bedroom suite that I would consider most disappointing. The living room consisted of a not very attractive leather couch, period! No hair dryers in the bathroom. Even though I found everything to be clean, the hotel is showing its age from the roof top pool to the breakfast room. The Best Western Citadela ( a 4 star property which is not as good a location ) would be my pick since the rooms are more up to date and the breakfast room was far superior!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Baia Cascais

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Cascais

    Meeting the Narui's

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Jul 21, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... Then he circled Alfama (Castle of St Jorge) and Chado, and then Jerónimo's Monastery in Belém. That would be more than enough.

    We asked the bus driver to tell us when to get out to go to the Museu do Azulejo and soon we were standing in front of the Azulejo Museum. Azulejo is a form of Portuguese painted, tin-glazed, ceramic tile work.

    Unfortunately, the museum was closed! Of course it was closed, it ...

    Day 3 Lisbon

    A travel blog entry by drudell on Mar 16, 2014

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    ... phone! We figure we did save about 60 euros today with our Viagem cards, so that was well worth it and they're still good until Tuesday.

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    Dia um - Cobbled fuck

    A travel blog entry by packedbags on Mar 06, 2014

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    ... Cascais: We then drove straight to Cascais where we are supposed to meet the manager at the property address. I took couple of turns to get used to right hand driving (old US ways). Portugal drives on right hand side of the road with plenty of roundabouts. In some ways this is true a test to my US and UK driving skills at the same time. Having a calm driving companion in Harshi ...

    The map can NOT find us

    A travel blog entry by jlimina on Mar 05, 2014

    15 photos

    ... We do not stay up late, a lot of reading going on and I love doing my blog.

    We walked today, there are a lot of hiking trails here. We decided to head up the hill. We can not believe there are people further up than we are. There are renovations going on and a couple of new Villas under construction. We managed to end up on far off beaten paths and discovered lots of flowers, and some animals. Each goat and sheep have ...

    We are waiting for you!!!

    A travel blog entry by bruceandanne on Jul 02, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... now called the 25th of April Bridge. It was actually designed by the same person who designed the Golden Gate Bridge. Coming back was over the Vasco da Gama Bridge, the longest bridge in Europe when the viaducts are included – 13kms – or 17kms if you included dedicated access roads.

    After being dropped off the hotel we were in need of a full glass of wine and some good food. Got one but not the other – leave it up to you to decide which was ...

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